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  1. Rhythmic Movement Disorder

    Rhythmic movement disorder can affect babies, children, and adults. Find out more about the signs, symptoms, and treatment of this sleep disorder.

  2. When Can Babies Start Sleeping on Their Stomachs?

    Stomach sleeping isn’t recommended for babies under 1 year old. Learn about recommended sleep positions and sleep safety tips for infants.

  3. Benign Neonatal Sleep Myoclonus

    Benign neonatal sleep myoclonus is a rare sleep-related movement disorder that occurs in very young infants. Learn more about symptoms, causes, and treatment.

  4. Teeth Grinding in Children

    Does your child complain of morning jaw pain or sensitive teeth? Sleep bruxism, or teeth grinding, might be to blame. We cover symptoms, causes, and treatments.

  5. When to Transition From Crib to A Toddler Bed

    Wondering when to transition from a crib to a bed? Most toddlers make the switch between ages 18 and 36 months. Here’s how to know it’s time for your child.

  6. Is Sleeping On The Couch A Bad Idea?

    People might opt for sleeping on a couch or sofa for many reasons. Learn the pros and cons of doing so, and how to get better sleep on the couch.

  7. Side Sleeping: Which Side Is Best and How To Do It

    Side sleeping offers many potential benefits, from better spinal alignment to a reduced risk of snoring. Learn how to sleep on your side for more restful sleep.

  8. What Your Sleep Position Means

    Can your preferred sleep position reveal aspects of your personality? Some researchers say it can, but others aren't convinced.

  9. Raising a Rested Child: An Interview with Dr. Chris Winter

    Dr. Chris Winter, neurologist and sleep medicine specialist, talks to Sleep Foundation about his latest book, The Rested Child.

  10. Waking Up With Lower Back Pain

    Lower back pain in the morning after sleeping is a common experience. Learn more about potential causes and how to get relief.